Berlin Commuter

Composition eBooklette + Post Processing Video

  • One of my favorite things to do is ride the subways in cities that have them available. Whether it's in the US or abroad, it's wonderful to capture the local essence and differences from each country's public transportation system. In this issue of Photo Methodology, I share my creative process of a photo taken in one of Berlin's gorgeous subway stations.

    1. Title: Berlin Commuter
    2. Location: Berlin, Germany
    3. Software used: Adobe Lightroom CC
    4. eBooklette size: 10 MB
  • Within this issue's eBooklette, you will find a page containing your unique URL giving you access to stream and download the video.

    1. Video runtime: 14 minutes, 55 seconds
    2. Video file size: 798 Mb
  • There are two key stages in the lifecycle of a photograph. The first is the composition stage. With each issue of Photo Methodology, you are provided with an eBooklette containing my narrative and visualization process of identifying the final composition. You’ll be walked through my thought process of what works and what doesn’t work across a wide range of environments and scenarios. This eBooklette can be read on your computer, tablet, and smartphone.

    Next is the post processing and stylization stage of a photograph’s lifecycle. Within your eBooklette, you will be provided with a unique link to a video screencast that takes you through my editing workflow using a variety of software including Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop, ON1 Photo 10, and various mobile editing apps. Your unique video link gives you access to stream this video as well as download it to your computer, tablet, and smartphone for offline viewing.